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The Bellaire House | The Grave Talks Sneak Peek

The Bellaire House sits on a Leyline – that implies there is a consistent wellspring of paranormal vitality that goes all through the house. In the Ohio Valley, numerous coal mine blasts have happened and numerous lives were lost. The Bellaire House sits over Coal Mine #1, Jacob Heatherington claimed the majority of the coal mines in the Ohio Valley. Jacob likewise worked in the mines with his representatives and his closest companion Jack, a donkey. The old nursery rhyme "This is the House that Jack Built" was about Jack to enable Jacob to construct his manor and his coal mine business.

Behind the house is a Native American internment area. Before the house is the Ohio River. The some dark spirits have been removed, more return time and time again. There is a kid soul staying inside the Bellaire House and her name is Emily Davis. She used to play at the Bellaire House when she was a kid. Through research Rebecca Stamm-Gardner and Kristin Lee discovered there was additionally a second Emily Davis. The Bellaire House appears to dependably pull in individuals who have a similar first and last name arrangement. One Emily Davis was know to have suffocated, and another Emily Davis was known as a dear companion to the first proprietor of the land.

Emily likes to talk through EVP's and on the Ghost Box. She jumps at the chance to illuminate the "beautiful hues " of the K2 meter. In 2005 Kristin Lee was affected by two floods which left her family homeless. Soon after they moved in they saw "odd" things. Kristin Lee faulted everything except for paranormal until the point when one night as she lay in bed, she was assaulted and her dog was tossed against the wall. By then Kristin Lee connected with Ohio Valley Paranormal Research Investigations.

Today we hear the story of the Bellaire House.

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